The Most Streamed Movies and TV Shows This Week Right Now

Most Streamed Movies and TV Shows: People try to find out where they can stream the TV shows and movies they want to watch. It also gets information about what its millions of monthly users are watching from them and uses that to figure out what shows were the most popular that week.

These are the most-watched TV shows and movies from the last week on Netflix and the other major streaming services. We also list the top 10 movies and TV shows below. Compare your tastes or use them to figure out what you should binge next. You might discover a new favorite!

The Most Streamed Movies and TV Shows This Week Right Now

1. True Detective (Max)

People used to think that this anthology show was one of HBO’s best (thanks mostly to Matthew McConaughey in the first season), but it has since gone bad. But people are interested in the fourth season again, in part because it has a new star, Jodie Foster.

2. Killers of the Flower Moon (Apple TV+)

Killers of the Flower Moon has been nominated for a lot of Oscars. Since the movie is just under three hours long, this is your chance to watch it “free” (if you pay for Apple TV+). If you haven’t seen it in theaters or paid to stream it, now is the time.

3. The Holdovers (Peacock)

If director Alexander Payne and actor Paul Giamatti work together, you should always pay attention. They did make Sideways after all. In this episode, Pig Vomit is a teacher at a prep school in the 1970s who is stuck on campus over the winter break with the head cook and his least favorite student.

4. Saltburn (Prime Video)

As the director of Promising Young Woman, Emerald Fennell is back with this sexy look at what happens when a snobby college student makes friends with a rich guy and the rich guy invites the snob to his family’s estate for a summer of partying and family problems.

5. Death and Other Details

Mandy Patinkin, who plays “the world’s greatest detective” in this series, is like Knives Out, but set on a boat. He is trying to help the only suspect in a murder mystery that happened in a locked room on a cruise ship.

6. Society of the Snow (Netflix)

This scary story about the people who lived through the plane crash into a glacier in the Andes in 1972 is Spain’s big Oscar entry this year.

7. Reacher (Prime Video)

Jack Reacher used to be a military police officer. Now he’s a big drifter who knows how to fight. That helped him fight corruption in the first season. His second season is all about his search for the men who killed his former military police staff.

8. Fargo (FX on Hulu)

Fargo’s fifth season is now over. This time, the crazy sheriff Tilman (a scary Jon Hamm) was trying to find his abused ex-wife (Juno Temple) after she ran away from him ten years ago to start a new life.

9. The Bear (FX on Hulu)

Star Jeremy Allen White won a Golden Globe and had an underwear ad come out in the same week. This makes people want to catch up on the story of a chef in Chicago who tries to make something great out of the legacy of his late brother’s sandwich shop.

10. Self Reliance (Hulu)

It’s meant to be funny since Jake Johnson wrote and directed Self Reliance and The Lonely Island produced it. Additionally, it’s a love story. You could also write a thriller. Reality TV can get a little too close to Squid Game, so there is definitely a comment on that. There is only one rule that Johnson’s character has to follow in order to win a million dollars and stay alive: he can’t be alone at any time.

Here are the top ten lists for the week

TV Shows:

  1. True Detective (Max)
  2. Death and Other Details (Hulu)
  3. Reacher (Prime Video)
  4. Fargo (FX on Hulu)
  5. The Bear (FX on Hulu)
  6. Echo (Disney+, Hulu)
  7. Fool Me Once (Netflix)
  8. Monsieur Spade (AMC+, AcornTV)
  9. The Woman in the Wall (Paramount+ with Showtime)
  10. Beef (Netflix)


  1. Killers of the Flower Moon (Apple TV+)
  2. The Holdovers (Peacock)
  3. Saltburn (Prime Video
  4. Society of the Snow (Netflix)
  5. Self Reliance (Hulu)
  6. Barbie (Max)
  7. The Creator (Hulu)
  8. Lift (Netflix)
  9. Dumb Money (Netflix)
  10. Maestro (Netflix)